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price tag is being questioned by some. >>> new violence in syria's government. the latest target of military airstrikes coming up next hour. jon: president obama leading the nation in healing after the connecticut school massacre saying friday was the most difficult day of his presidency. meeting with families of victims before attending an interfaith service where he ended the speech slowly reading the first names of 20 children that were killed while cries and sobs filled the room. kelly wright is live at white house the peel of newtown obviously still in a state of shock, kelly. did the president's appearance help ease their pain? >> reporter: jon, i would say many lawmakers agree in fact the president's there did bring some easing of the pain, some comfort to the families that are still dealing with this tragedy. the commander in chief was a parent in chief as he visited each family. posing in some pictures with those who asked. as he spoke to the community the president used scripture, prayer, and spoke with words of comfort, hope, and resolve. >> in the coming weeks i will
. they have been a tremendous ally for half a century. they have a naval facility in syria, and they will lose if they lose him. the deputy foreign minister said that it is a dark future and their thinking of evaluating russians who live in syria. the thing is that everybody can see that the rebels are gaining and holding their ground. the worst thing i've read is the russians think -- it imports into four countries, because it is so ethnically rifted -- the somalia and the yugoslavia of the middle east, and that would be a catastrophe. >> be careful what you wish for? >> yeah. the group that has been the most organized militarily has been allocated in the middle east -- al qaeda in the middle east. it will be the most powerful people if they fall -- >> that would be a failure of our policy. >> who gets the sarin gas? al qaeda. >> michigan is now the right to work state. >> this will attract more businesses to michigan. those businesses will need space. >> the owner of a michigan construction co., preceded by a union member who works at a general motors plant. michigan gov. rick sanders signed
that will begin as of tomorrow with the passing of a referendum would be civil war in syria. ththe unfinished business betwen gaza and israel. the possibility in the next year or so, ron is going to tell us that they are nuclear now. the next secretary of state needs to be on who is very much well educated on what has happened. otherwise you'll end up with much bigger benghazi problems. lou: you mentioned the constitutional referendum tomorrow. it will take some time for that would support for president mohammed morsi we be judgment for what constitution should look like. will he prevail? will he come at the end of the process,rocess the powers that he claimed for himself two years ago, of which he has since relinquished? >> unfortunately, my answer is going to be yes. one is saying that we need to reject the referendum, the other part is saying no, we want to boycott. so now they are divided. the result is going to be the muslim brotherhood and president morsi is most likely going to win the referendum. on the other hand, the opposition is very strong in egypt. there is no return to the prev
with the latest information. >>> reports of massive food shortages in syria, evidence the assad regime is specifically targeting food to keep it from people. we'll talk to former nato ambassador about the kind of aid that they really need. >>> and it could be the future of air travel. one airline now offering higher bundled ticket prices to stop the extra charges at check-in. just in time for your holiday travel too. we have all the details on that one. even when they say it's not it is always about money melissa: all right. first let's take a look at the day's market headlines. a nice start to the work on wall street with financials leading the way. the giants were buoyed by reports that washington may be closer to a deal we'll get into just a moment. the dow closed the day up 100 points. >>> the empire state manufacturing index stayed negative for the fifth straight month the index which looks at manufacturing activity in the new york area fell to negative 8.1 in december from negative 5.2 in november november. >>> morgan stanley slapped with $5 million fine for the handling of the f
in syria, including members of the palestinian front for the olivier -- liberation of palestine. a group traditionally aligned with others. bear leader is said to have fled after clashes with government forces. the first time they have been hit since the syrian government began in march of 2011. and they have been fighting for weeks to drive rebels out. activists say that this was the six such attack. video of posted on the internet show the damage caused by continuous artillery and rocket shelling in the city. many residential buildings were destroyed. according to activists, air strikes near the biggest city killed dozens and injured many more. many of the dead and injured were brought to the local hospital, including women and children. the sunday attack came as the attack over three governments fought to grave -- fought to gain ground. >> at least six people have been killed in a series of bomb blasts in northern iraq. the area has some of the world's largest oil reserves and is at the heart of a dispute between the baghdad based arab government and ethnic kurds that run their own au
of role in the killing of syria. 9/11 /12 in benghazi. [inaudible] yards away. we must revive the ban on these adult suspects. i don't want to. >> >> >> deemphasize the drug culture and americans and so we have this crisis mr. mayor of plants closing when the cheap labor markets, jobs leaving, drugs and guns coming. that requires a national effort by all of us. while i reach out to you in san francisco those that hear my voice please stop the killing. please stop drug flow. please give peace a chance. in this instance means that labor unions, trade unions must open up and provide more training so they can lay a brick. it means that the education system must instill the value of strong minds and that brings strong change. take your child to school. meet your child's teachers. exchange numbers. turn the tv off at night. take a report card every nine weeks and take your child to religious celebration once a week. most of the violence is from the bottom up, not top down. mothers say something like "i'm going to beat you boy. i'm going to beat you so the police don't have to do
into the moon. >>> government forces in syria are accused of killing at least 25 civilians last night. opposition leaders say the victims include women and children. the town is held by the rebels that came under attack after insurgents fired on several nearby checkpoints. forces are working to surround army troops. today syria's vice president said he does not think the army can beat the rebel fighters. >>> there was a tearful funeral in india today for the nurse who was found dead after taking a prank call about the duchess of cambridge. her husband and children accompanied her body to native india. she was the first to answer the hoax cal. >>> northern virginia -- all julie carey found out, new money for transportation is also going to be in focus. >> ply mae is that it's time to act now. >> that was governor bob mcdonnell's pitch to lawmakers to use the upcoming session to get behind the plan to boost transcription funding, but he hasn't revealed how he -- as -- he focused on shifting a half cent towards highway maintenance. those general fund dollars usually go towards things lik
before they go home for the holidays. vice president of syria saying the rebels can't win but neither can government forces. after 21 months of civil war unlikely either side could win a decisive military victory. he doesn't believe the rebels are the solution to syrian problems and that if they won it might bring chaos to the country. he also said he doesn't think the assad regime can achieve needed change. i am marianne rafferty now back to huckabee. for the latest headlines go to i am still very numb and just like robert had said we are blessed with having our daughter with us here today. how many families and friends and everyone within the community didn't go home with their children friday night. it is just very, very heart wrenching and there is no way to make any sense of anything with this person has done. >> now that the victims of the shooting at sandy hook elementary school have been identified the community is focusing on remembering and honoring those who have been lost. let's go to fox's an taw kooiman in saint rose church in newtown. >> as the nation search they had quite
for refugees warned the conflict in syria is likely to get worse. >> it is time for the international community to understand this is not a conflict like many others. we're witnessing the brutal fighting with tragic humanitarian consequences and things are evolving in a way that make us foresee the possibility of 2013 being much more dramatic than 2012. >> in iraq, a least 20 people have been killed in a series of car bombings outside shia temples. the violence comes one days after 19 people died in attacks nationwide. the number of people killed in this month's massive typhoon in the southern philippines has surpassed 1020 with the total expected to rise. eight officialsttttttttttttttttt 850 people remain missing. the u.s. has refused to sign on to a new united nations treaty calling for all countries that equal say in governance of the internet. a u.n. conference on a new global it smashed a communications treaty ended friday with an agreement to bring the internet under u.s. auspices but the u.s. along with key allies, including britain and canada, refused to join, saying u.n. jurisdiction w
a scene of scorched wreckage. in syria, the vice president now is warning that neither side will win the battle for control of the country. farouk al-sharaa is a longtime ally of president bashar al- assad's family. in an interview, he called for a national unity government with "broad powers." meanwhile, the violence raged on. rebel fighters claimed they captured an army infantry college near the northern city of aleppo. president obama and house speaker john boehner met today, amid signs of possible movement in the "fiscal cliff" negotiations. it was widely reported boehner gave ground on friday, and offered to raise tax rates for people earning more than $1 million a year. the president wants the threshold to be $250,000 a year. white house spokesman jay carney declined to address boehner's offer directly, but he did say this. >> the only plan that we have seen that achieves the size and the balance that's required for sustainable... for long-term deficit reduction and putting our economy on a sustainable fiscal path is the president's. >> holman: also today, senate majority leade
. >>> syria's vice president is reportedly calling for a national unity government with wide powers to bring about an end to that country's civil war. the comments come as a fresh round of violence shakes syria. said to be taken after syrian government planes bombed a palestinian refugee camp near damascus on sunday. a uk-based human rights group says at least eight people were killed there. meanwhile, vice president farouk al sharia told the lebanese newspaper that neither the rebels nor the current government has the ability to reach an end point. an opposition group says at least 150 people were killed across syria on sunday. >>> south carolina governor nikki haley announced that congressman tim scott will replace outgoing senator jim demint. haley said she was looking for a conservative fighter. he thanked his mother for not quitting on him. >> when you start out in a single parent household with a mom who works 16 hours a day, and you're looking at a future that doesn't look as bright and you're living in charleston, south carolina, you build the strength that comes from having apprecia
of roman syria. >> antioch has one of the largest jewish communities outside of the jewish homeland-- it's been suggested that maybe something like 40,000 people in this jewish community. so we can... we must imagine a number of different jewish congregations and subsections of the city in and through which paul could have moved and still felt very much at home within the jewish community. >> wherever you have a sufficient number of jews, you would have a jewish community. wherever you have a jewish community, you would have a jewish synagogue. >> narrator: by the fourth century, the synagogue had become a formal place of worship. but in paul's day, especially in the diaspora, it was more of a community center. >> another remarkable feature of the synagogues in the diaspora is not only that they attracted large crowds of people, but among these crowds will have been gentiles. there is no barrier between jews and gentiles, and gentiles found the jewish synagogues-- and the jews themselves, apparently-- as open, friendly and why not go to the jewish synagogue? especially because there are
's turn our attention to the on going crisis in syria. new attacks being launched in the town of darah as battles rage on at a refugee camp in damascus. they say the army cannot defeat the rebels seeking to top the president's regime. where does that leave us? leland vittert joins us live from jerusalem where he is watching the story unfold. how significant is that statement by the vice president? >> reporter: in many ways, martha it is the statement of the obvious. what is so important is who is saying it. this may be the beginning of someone very close to president bashar al-assad looking to negotiate and exit, either for himself or for a larger group of the bashar al-assad regime. it is booking increasingly clear as we are watching the battles get closer and closer to damascus that the rebels are starting at lowe's to gain the upper hand. they are getting weapons from a number of gulf countries, they are becoming better trained and organized. they've had some significant victories here in the past and the government forces continue to fall apart in large part, although the civil war
gushed over bashir al assad. he's been silent ever since about what's going on in syria. >> brian: the president has been hands off with the state department b. who knows. let's talk about the senate seat he would leave behind. they have 160 days to fill it. scott brown lost by eight. but scott brown favorables in massachusetts were very high. >> right. what happened is that he was elected to replace ted kennedy in a unique january election. there were only 2.2 million voters turned u. this past november was a presidential year. extra million voters turned out. those are the people rush calls low information voters. he brown got 350,000 more votes, but got swamped by elizabeth warren. niece pretty good shape, unless the governor appoints somebody and there is no primary. what scott needs is a divisive democratic primary like he got in 2009 after ted kennedy's death. >> brian: you said you spoke to him last night. what does he see as a scenario that could happen, 'cause people are talk being vicky kennedy, ted kennedy's widow, maybe patrick picking himself to run. >> i don't think
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